- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
- ASIN: B005GR1CSQ
- Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
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Smith & Wesson 22a Speed Beez Clip Loader
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- Proven to fit Smith & Wesson 22a
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- Made in the USA
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- CNC Modified to fit the 22a
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Top customer reviews
When I got tired of arguing with it at the range (and these came back in stock), I snatched one immediately. Completely worth it.
While I still get the occasional bullet dropping out and the last round can be a bit of a pain sometimes, overall the loader takes reloading my magazines from a thumb destroying nightmare to a few seconds of work.
As noted in multiple reviews, the secret is in finding the correct angle to hold the loader and bump the magazine in and out. Once you've got that down, it's the simplest thing in the world: Throw a handful of rounds into the hopper, shake a bit, insert the magazine, and pump a few times. Voila! Loaded magazine.
I can easily go through 500 rounds of 22 at the range in an afternoon and this loader makes it so my thumbs can actually DO things afterwards, so... cannot recommend enough.
The small size of the .22 round (almost weightless) means you may have to "fiddle" with the device to get it to feed the rounds.
You will have to LEARN how to hold the device at the correct angle, and learn how to engage the ball detent so it drops the round.
I have the S&W clip loader and one for a Browning Buckmark. They do NOT feed the same or work exactly like each other.
You have to learn the quirks of each device.
These devices will not work if the ammunition has any kind of wax coating. The sticky nature of the wax will keep the "weightless" rounds from dropping into the clip.
These devices do help in decreasing your times to load your clips, but they take up some room in your range bag . . .
I'm using this on the S&W 22a, so it is possible that the problem is more with the magazine than this gadget. But either way, I'll be leaving this in the closet.
Update: I replaced it with the "S&W 22A Clip Loader" from Speebeez. Just a few bucks, saves your thumbs, and you don't have to adjust it or figure out how to hold it to make it work right. Not as fast, but I am much happier with that.
Also, there is nothing that indicates the orientation of the magazine. The direction of the ammo indicates it, but something on the loader would help.
There is NO way to contact the seller. No phone number on their web site, and no phone number in their instructions.
My only option is to return the item. It's a shame because I had high hopes.